In this day and age the society we live in has vast amounts of power. It’s not distributed equally and there are different forms of it, but it all comes down to the actual physical energy that enabled for us to thrive and reach this point in the first place.
Such energy is harnessed from natural elements by the use of power plants and this industrial EP shines a light on the inner workings of such places. Each power plant has a different feel and process but heavy basslines and tight rhythms will ensure a continuous operation.
Audio can be used very effectively to set a vibe but, not every item or experience gets one.
This is mainly a soundtrack for a psychological first-person thriller with extra “twists”.
Classical / choir music background didn’t exactly do a good job of shaping the type of sound displayed and as a matter of fact it just helped figure out what not to make and inspired to experiment. Furthermore, DJing, once again proved that only way forward is to make the so called “soundtrack” from scratch.